Finally water has returned. Last time I thought I was dying after 10 days. Well, this time it was six weeks (maybe more, I don't know I lost count). It has been a dark time. I've coped, using a variety of measures, and even managed to do my own laundry. The thought of doing laundry during a water shortage may be counter-common-sense but it actually lifted up my moods. Life goes on without water, and laundry is part of it.
During these weeks I've also wrote an editorial bitching about this, and sent it to the Daily News. Obviously it wasn't published, as I have not bragged about it on the tomzanian.
This had me thinking, most, if not all, problems facing developing nations are very similar to those facing developed nations. Termite infestation, building roads and bridges, supplying water, saving the economy, inner-city schools, etc. are common problems with surprisingly large number of similarities. The fact that I didn't have water for six weeks is not something that is so cool and hard core volunteeresque. It shows that the politicans here suck.
Well enough of complaining! Party with water!